The 2010 X.Org Developers' Summit in Toulouse has been over for a week, but the disappointing weather in Munich today Oktoberfest finally made it sound more enticing to take care of the remaining XDS 2010 coverage rather than drinking Augustiner in a wet pair of lederhosens. With that said, below are the video recordings of when Keith Packard and Peter Hutterer were talking about the X.Org Server development process changes that have resulted in surprisingly on-time releases.
Though there are no slides or other visuals during this presentation and their talk was quite casual (hence why the video quality ended up being reduced and compressed), but it's there for those who are interested.
For those wanting a written synopsis of what was talked about during their informal thirty-minute talk, read this Phoronix news posting where we share the key highlights.
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